Training Methods

Lateral Rebound Training - Face the drill

Full body workout on three jumping surfaces

The LRT-Triple trampoline allows for a full body workout thanks to the innovative equipment design. All three connected jumping surfaces are used in the exercises, and there are innumerable variations to activate all muscle groups.

Studies have revealed that regular trampoline training can have a positive effect on weight management, blood pressure, cholesterol, and insulin resistance. It is crucial in this context that the actual impact is dampened by the elastic surface, which allows for training that is gentle on the joints.

At the same time, the Rebound Effect causes exertion on the passive musculoskeletal system, which has a positive effect on bone metabolism and helps to prevent osteoporosis, which is not the case with most endurance sports.

Lateral Rebound Training – increase your performance

Lateral Rebound training is an innovative and highly effective approach to achieving superior athletic performance. The LRT-3 ALPHA CHAMP trampoline’s unique product design opens up a multitude of functional movements in a “multi-planar form.” 

The innovative lateral jumps, which are made possible through the lateral surfaces of the LRT-Triple trampoline, can also help strengthen tendons and ligaments, reducing the frequency of injuries to joints. This is especially important in sports where incidents of collateral and cruciate ligament injuries (knee joint, ankle) are very frequent (e.g., alpine skiing, ball sports, team sports, etc.). 

A wide variety of training options on the LRT-Triple trampoline

The effective and versatile training offers a variety of uses in many different athletic areas. The LRT-3 trampoline allows for targeted muscle and endurance training. Here, the Core Stability & Balance, Intra and Intermuscular Coordination, Strength & Power, and HIIT (high intensity interval training) training methods are applied.

Team and multi-sport athletes can train according to their biomechanical profile, which mainly requires stop-and-go activities with directional changes. Numerous protocols that have a strong physiological, neuromuscular, and metabolic effect can be designed and implemented with little effort.



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Full body workout for athletes

Watch our training videos and see how top athletes use the LRT-Triple trampoline ALPHA CHAMP during training.

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